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Employment Law

Legal guidance - compliance - software

02 MAY 2012

Watson v University of Strathclyde [2011] IRLR 458

Constructive Dismissal

1 February 2011

Employment Appeal Tribunal

Lady Smith; Mr M Sibbald; Mr M Smith OBE

It is well-established that a panel hearing a grievance or disciplinary matter should not include the person who is the subject of the complaint. This case shows that someone who is closely connected to the subject of a complaint should also be excluded from a grievance panel.

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